The Best Landmarks in Kitchener

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Kitchener, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


466 Queen Street South, Kitchener, ON N2G 1W7

Since 1816

History Museums, Historic House, Outbuildings, Gift shop, Exhibit Galleries, Collection, Artifact Preservation, Daily Activities, Events Calendar, Exhibits, Day Camp, School Programs, Current Exhibit, Past Exhibits, Garden, Collections & National Historic Site

Free Admission: Children ages 4 and under - Quality programming, exhibits and service excellence - Exceeding standards for community museums in all aspects of operations

Price: Adult $6, Senior (55 years of age plus) $5, Student (12 - 18) $5, Children ages 5 - 12 $4 & Family $15 (Two adults and dependent children)

Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

I've been to this museum a few times over the past several years, and it's always a pleasant and educational experience. The main focus of the museum is the Schneider house, a restored Mennonite home that dates back to 1816. There are also art and photography exhibits, and a folk artist in residence program. Knowledgeable staff in period costume are very helpful. I always learn something new, although I wish I didn't know about the corncobs in the outhouse.

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528 Wellington Street North, Kitchener, ON N2H 5L5

Since 1853

Museum, Gardens, Self-Guided Tour, Special Events, House and the Grounds, Guided Tours, Historic Sites, Sights & Landmarks

Free Admission - The 11.5-acre (47,000 m2) site includes wooded grounds, gardens and lawn - Victorian period programs and special events are offered

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

This beautiful, old turn-of-the-century home is one of my favourite historic sites in Kitchener, Ontario. Touring each of the rooms, looking at the unique furniture, china displays, larder cupboards, wallpaper coverings, wonderful antiques, pot-bellied stoves,old framed photos, etc., I feel as though I have gone back in history and tasted another era...can almost imagine playing outdoors with the King Family children on the beautiful grounds surrounding this lovingly cared for homestead.

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300 Lookout Lane, Kitchener, ON N2P 2X8

Since 1926

Historical Landmark, Memorial, Tower, Historical Society, Observation Decks, Landmarks, Picnic Area, Lookout & Dogs on Leash

Free Admission - The 18.9-metre (62 ft) tapered tower is built of rounded fieldstone, which had been collected over time from the surrounding 200 acres (810,000 m2) of land

Amazing to see even with the homes built right up to the park! What a tribute to our pioneer past. Special thanks to my Godfather Reuben Oberholtzer for having this dream to build and enacting upon it and to my employer, Paul Kuntz, Bob Kuntz Sr and the Kuntz family who said Donna, we've got money to share with the Walter Bean Trail - Let's make this part happen!

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